What exactly does that mean ? Responsive to what ? Well its become a real challenge to deliver essentially the same user experience for all devices with just one body of programming code. Depending on the the device, iPhone, iPad, Android Tablets, Windows Devices, Laptop or Desktop the application will need to adapt to it’s environment and adjust to the available screen size dynamically.
What’s more, mobile devices had the added twist of being able to rotate to either a landscape view or a portrait view. These dynamic changes have to also be accommodated in the application gracefully. Reformatting the content so it fits the view and continues to flow as expected.
Our team of web application developers are well versed in the latest Open-Source technologies which aid in the production of Responsive Design Applications. This significantly reduces the life-cycle costs and opens the door to vast resources which support your application.
Share your napkin doodle with us ! We love to discuss concepts and really we enjoy the brainstorming process that fans more oxygen to the spark so your idea can catch fire !
The Low- Fidelity Mockups which we create will give you a visual concept of your application for all the “views” required.
Our UI / UX Designers will create the appropriate graphic design which fully complies with your existing style-guide or we will create one for you. This ensures consistency across all your presentations including your web site, the new web application and any print media.
Once we have all your requirements and a profile of your user we will begin to define the data model of the information being processed and the wire-frame of the application architecture. You need not work about all the technical details we will take care of these.
Since we use the Agile development methodology you will be a fully active participant in this team effort. As the client you have to accept each product increment, i.e. current functional state of the application during development, before the team can proceed to the next backlog item, i.e. next function being added to the developing application. This methodology ensures that the application is fully functional continuously throughout development and there are no surprises at the end.